Global Citizenship

Examples of approved core courses for the Global Citizenship concentration include:

  • ANT 301 - World Patterns of Race and Ethnicity
  • ANT 320 - Religion and Culture
  • ANT 330 - Women, Gender, and Culture
  • BIO 304 - General Ecology
  • BIO 309 - Plant Ecology
  • CHE 440 - Environmental Chemistry
  • CMST 410 - Rhetorical Theories
  • ECO 330 - Urban and Regional Economics
  • ECO 340 - International Economics
  • ECO 342 - Economic Development
  • ENG 304 - Introduction to Post-Colonial Literature
  • ENG 315 - The Bible as Literature
  • FRE 310 - French Culture and Society Today
  • GEO 302 - Cultural Geography
  • GEO 310 - Geography of Population
  • GEO 330 - Geography of Religion
  • GEO 340 - Sustainable Food Systems
  • GER 310 - Contemporary German Life
  • GLY 340 - Introduction to Environmental Geoscience
  • GLY 455 - Groundwater Resources and Management with Laboratory
  • HIS 321 - Modernization in the Non-Western World
  • HIS 326 - Modern Latin American History
  • HIS 329 - History of the Middle East and North Africa
  • HIS 330 - Jewish History
  • HIS 336 - History of Modern Africa
  • HIS 338- History of Japan 
  • HIS 423 - Diplomacy and Foreign Policy of the United States
  • HIS 465 - Nature and Development in Latin America
  • JUS 429 - Women in Criminal Justice
  • PHI 306 - Ethics and Science
  • PHI 307 - Business Ethics
  • PHI 320 - Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHI 360 - Environmental  Philosophy
  • PSC 308 - Civil Liberties
  • PSC 312 - Modern Ideologies
  • PSC 330 - Politics of Europe
  • PSC 415 - United States Foreign Policy
  • PSC 480 - International Law
  • PSC 481 - International Organization
  • PSC 485 - Comparative Foreign Policy
  • PSY 340 - Social Psychology
  • REL 330 - Contemporary Religious Though
  • REL 370 - Religion and Science
  • SOC 308 - Social Organization
  • SOC 360 - Technology and Social Change
  • SPI 310 - Spanish Culture and Civilization
  • WGS 383 - Women and World Cultures

All students must complete 12 core credit hours with a "C" or better (does not include a "C-").  Alternative courses may be approved upon consultation with an advisor.